It seems to have become a routine occurrence for the Cowboys in the Garrett Era: win one game, lose the next. One step forward, two drunken stumbles into the hot tub.
Don't heap too much praise on any one player, lest you're prepared to be let down the following week. This time, it was the Bears wh ... More >>
Patrick MichelsThat hotel victory is the gift that keeps on giving.While his political future remains unclear, Mayor Tom Leppert raised a combined $243,000 in donations in the first half of this year, according to campaign finance reports filed yesterday. Meanwhile, his officeholder account a ... More >>
Patrick MichelsMichael May's the latest to wonder whether the AT&T Performing Arts Center is going to remake downtown. Brent Brown, of bcWORKSHOP and the Dallas City Design Studio at City Hall, says, Yup, sure 'nuff, so long as you include, oh, Main Street Garden in the mix: "It's still dead ... More >>
Photos by Patrick MichelsFranz Ackermann's Meet Me At the Waterfall, over the southwest stairway.While the Cowboys finish saying goodbye to their old home one piece at a time, they're busy finishing up the newest feature at their digs Arlington: 14 works of contemporary art commissioned specifica ... More >>
Patrick MichelsWith a Franz Ackermann piece being installed behind her, above the southwest stairway, Gene Jones leads media on a tour of Cowboys Stadium's art installments.On Friday, The New York Times got a sneak preview of North Texas's largest art gallery, that intimate EnormoDone known as Co ... More >>
Courtesy the Dallas CowboysSo reports this morning's New York Times, which takes a tour of the Dallas Cowboys' new home with Gene Jones and finds the walls adorned with works by the Whitney-feted Lawrence Weiner, Franz Ackermann (who's collected at the Museum of Modern Art), conceptualists Mel Bo ... More >>